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The Superbar has received a facelift, now looking very similar to the RTM version. Notably, this is the last leaked build where the Superbar and features like desktop slideshow are not enabled by default, but using BlueBadge they can be enabled. This build is otherwise very similar to build [[Windows 7 build 7000|7000]], which is hardly surprising considering both builds occurred during the stabilization phase of Windows 7's development.
 
The Superbar has received a facelift, now looking very similar to the RTM version. Notably, this is the last leaked build where the Superbar and features like desktop slideshow are not enabled by default, but using BlueBadge they can be enabled. This build is otherwise very similar to build [[Windows 7 build 7000|7000]], which is hardly surprising considering both builds occurred during the stabilization phase of Windows 7's development.
  
This build is one of the last builds to include the placeholder boot screen used while the final version was still in development. It is most probably one of the first builds focused on implementing features for the [[Windows 7 build 7000|beta build]] that were held back from winmain in order to minimize the risk of leaks during earlier development phases. Certainly, almost all Beta features were included by this point. It is also the first build to not include the start orb animation on the login screen. This Windows 7 run on Benq Desktop with Windows 7 Home Premium. But is coming 09.2020! But also on VMware Player!
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This build is one of the last builds to include the placeholder boot screen used while the final version was still in development. It is most probably one of the first builds focused on implementing features for the [[Windows 7 build 7000|beta build]] that were held back from winmain in order to minimize the risk of leaks during earlier development phases. Certainly, almost all Beta features were included by this point. It is also the first build to not include the start orb animation on the login screen.
  
 
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
 
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Revision as of 19:56, 12 January 2020

6.1.6936.winmain.081023-1800
Build of Windows 7
6.1.6936.winmain.081023-1800
OS family
Architecturex64
Compiled2008-10-23
Timebomb2009-07-01 (+251 days)
Works in
About
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SKUs
Home Basic
Home Premium
Professional
Ultimate
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Windows 7 build 6936 is a build of Windows 7.

The Superbar has received a facelift, now looking very similar to the RTM version. Notably, this is the last leaked build where the Superbar and features like desktop slideshow are not enabled by default, but using BlueBadge they can be enabled. This build is otherwise very similar to build 7000, which is hardly surprising considering both builds occurred during the stabilization phase of Windows 7's development.

This build is one of the last builds to include the placeholder boot screen used while the final version was still in development. It is most probably one of the first builds focused on implementing features for the beta build that were held back from winmain in order to minimize the risk of leaks during earlier development phases. Certainly, almost all Beta features were included by this point. It is also the first build to not include the start orb animation on the login screen.

Bugs

Installation

This build includes an interesting installation quirk on VMware hypervisors. For a successful installation, the LSI Logic adapter must be used. If the LSI Logic SAS adapter is used, Setup will hang when starting services upon reboot.

Gallery